A Community Devoted to the Preservation and Practice of Celestial Navigation and Other Methods of Traditional Wayfinding
From: John Pinto
Date: 2021 May 21, 03:06 -0700
Would anyone know if there are any realistic cases when using the NASR that you would encounter large negative F values, say -91°?
I'm guessing this might occur in low latitudes taking a sunrise or sunset sight but maybe there are other realistic situations that can have large negative F values.
I have only been able to come up with a few realistic cases of negative F values but they are all around -1° or -2°.
If anyone has done a mathematical analysis on large negative F values I'd appreciate any insight on this as well.